Coconut Milk Kefir Recipe

Give Your Gut a Treat With This Coconut Milk Kefir Recipe

Coconut milk kefir is a very easy fermented food recipe for you to make at home. You don’t need any special kitchen utensils or expensive ingredients. Everything you need you probably already have in your kitchen.

What Are Kefir Grains?

Kefir Grains for Coconut Milk KefirKefir grains are a combination of living yeast and bacteria. They are not a type of grain or related to the grain family. They are a living organism and look like little cauliflower florets. Kefir grains may not be easy to source, so take a look at the link below.

Suggested shopping list for this recipe:

  • [easyazon_link identifier=”B00YYHIN0E” locale=”US” tag=”bprowloss-20″]Milk Kefir Grains[/easyazon_link]
  • [easyazon_link identifier=”B001GVIS4M” locale=”US” tag=”bprowloss-20″]Yogourmet Freeze Dried Yogurt Starter[/easyazon_link]
Coconut Milk Kefir Recipe
Coconut milk kefir is one of the easiest fermented foods to make at home. Unlike yoghurt, kefir can actually colonize the intestinal tract.
Recipe type: Accompaniment
Cuisine: General
  • 1 tablespoon kefir grains or kefir starter
  • 1-2 cups coconut milk (make your own, or use a carton / can of organic coconut milk without additives and sweeteners as they can be hard on the kefir grains)
  1. Combine the kefir grains or kefir starter (as directed on packet) with the coconut milk in a glass jar. (You can buy this online)
  2. Cover with a cloth and secure with a rubber band. Let it sit at room temperature for 12-24 hours.
  3. Shake or stir the kefir after about 12 hours.
  4. Once the coconut milk has thickened and has a slightly sour flavor, it has turned into kefir.
  5. Strain the mixture through a fine plastic strainer to remove the grains (you can re-use the grains later by storing them in a glass jar in the fridge).
  6. Store the kefir in the fridge and enjoy.
Never use a metal container or utensils to make kefir as they will disrupts the process and the kefir won’t thicken. Use glass containers and wood or plastic spoons.
If your kefir doesn’t thicken within 24 hours, it might be that the your room temperature isn’t warm enough.